Pop superstar Justin Timberlake had a great night on Sunday, August 25, 2013 at the MTV Video Music Awards. Not only did he receive the coveted Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award for his contribution to the MTV culture, pulled off an amazing performance that included him reuniting with his former ‘N Sync bandmates and was publicly named the ‘President of Pop’ by Jimmy Fallon, but he also managed to win the second top honor of the night – the Video of the Year award.
Timberlake kicked off the Sunday night in the best possible way, receiving the most prestigious award for his impact on the video culture and ended it on a high note, winning the Video of the Year for his huge hit ‘Mirrors’. The ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ star Joseph Gordon-Levitt presented Timberlake with the popular Moonman for the Video of the Year and the ‘Tunnel Vision’ singer said, “This is a really special video for me ’cause it’s a tribute to my grandparents. Well, let’s not get soft. We all have grandparents. And now I’m going to follow that up with, my grandfather actually passed away in December. I hope my grandmother’s watching right now. This is for you, granny!”
The pop superstar had an extremely successful night, which included four awards in total, the other two being Best Direction, for ‘Suit & Tie’, his collaboration with hip-hop mogul Jay Z and Best Editing, for ‘Mirrors’.
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